5 trends driving Cincinnati's healthcare building boom
Keeping costs in check are as important as ever for Greater Cincinnati health systems. That doesn't mean wallets aren't open in efforts to align businesses for the ever-shifting health care landscape. The region's health systems are spending hundreds of millions of dollars on new research buildings, emergency rooms and outpatient facilities to serve patients and remain competitive with their peers. "We are doing everything we can to make sure our projects are the right project at the right time delivered at the right costs," said Maura Moran-Berry, an assistant vice president at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center.
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